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Posted by: herpenthusiast at Thu Jul 25 21:49:49 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by herpenthusiast ]  
   

I would love to see some pics of BIG outdoor enclosures. I am located in SW Florida and am looking to add a pair of cubans to start. I have 2-1/2 acres to work with, so space is not an issue. Large limestone boulders are plentiful on my property, so I hope to incorporate a few as a central basking area. I also found a neat one that is indented on top and will hold water like a natural birdbath. I might use it as a water dish.

I have seen a couple breeder set ups that were just smooth walls with no cover, as well as the more typical walk-in galvanized hardware cloth and wood framed enclosures. Any thoughts?
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